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19 November, 2015
06:00PM
The Mathworks, 3 Apple Hill Drive Natick, MA 01760 Eventbrite RSVP

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UXPA 2015 November Monthly Meeting at MathWorks!

Agenda

  • 6:00 to 6:30 pm: Meet & Greet, Refreshments
  • 6:30 to 6:45 pm: Opening Remarks by Amy Kidd
  • 6:45 to 7:45 pm: UX Talks by MathWorks UX team
  • 7:45 to 8:30 pm: Networking, Tour of MathWorks UX Center (optional)

Opening Remarks – Amy Kidd, Senior Manager of User Experience at MathWorks
Amy Kidd is the Senior Manager of User Experience at MathWorks.  She has also served as Conference Chair (2011-2012) and member of the Board of Directors for UXPA International.

Amy has an MS in Humans Factors in Information Design from Bentley College and a BA in Cognitive Science and Math from University of Virginia. In her spare time she aims her design interest at her house, colorful fabrics, and yummy food (although not all at the same time).

Presentations by MathWorks UX team
The MathWorks UX team will present 15-minute talks on how they’ve used the user experience process to make complex domains approachable.

Details coming soon!

About UX @ MathWorks

MathWorks develops MATLAB and Simulink, the leading technical computing software used by engineers and scientists. The company employs 3000 people in 15 countries, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, U.S.A. MathWorks is privately held and has been profitable every year since its founding in 1984.

Our user experience team has over 60 passionate user experience professionals with experience in user research, usability testing, and design.  The user experience team members are embedded with their product teams and contribute throughout the product development life cycle. They are regarded as strategic business partners by their product teams as they develop new products, features, and enhance legacy products.
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Getting to MathWorks

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